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CalDigit HDPro2

CalDigit HDPro2

Film editing is a long and tedious process involving nearly endless repetitive tasks. In the past, editors had to use extremely slow and clumsy hardware. To say that using these hard drives involved a certain amount of drive failure, is like saying that the ocean involves a certain amount of… Read more »

CalDigit HDOne

CalDigit HDOne

Editors are the unsung heroes behind every movie you’ve ever watched. Theirs is a difficult and often extended job sometimes made easier and faster by superior editing tools. In the past, they had to rely on inferior hard drives that store too little data and often fail at the most… Read more »

CalDigit S2VRHD

CalDigit S2VRHD

SATA products excel as video editing systems, with an amazing low cost. The earlier drives of Hitachi and Seagate in enclosures of Firmtek SATA, which used Sonnet or Firmtek SATA cards performed similar to Fibre channel arrays and SCSI. The ‘port multipliers’ came later. Then the Silicon Image Company brought… Read more »

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